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PhltSONAI., AND LOCAL JTEMS OFI,EWS.
WICHITA, KANSAS, AUG. 10,1883.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION.
At a mef-Uncof the liennbllcan Central Com-
lulllre of he limlc-1. county, Kansas, held In Uie
tilyoruicliila.on the 2sth day of July, 16SJ,
ine jiHiowinRproweuinKS were nau:
1 That a delegate conTcntlon of the IlrtHib-
llcansor (-"IkmIcL county. Kansas, be held In
the city uf Wichita, on the 2?lh day of henlem-
ber, IKS, at 11 o'clock a.m., fur the iurwor
nominating candidates for county officers, to be
riiTirti aiuir uvriuiHr election in ihJi town
Ib-glster of Deeds.
Commissioner 1 district, to fill vacancy.
Commissioner 3l dlatrlct
2 That each township anil ward le entitled
to send delegates and alternates to raid com en
tlon as follows.
IJncoln. ... 4
Morion , 2
Mlnneha. . .... 3
Xnnnrscali . .......3
Patne .... .2
Mierman. ..... . 2
It Is recommended that the primary meetings
to eelect delegate anil alternates to said con
tention be held In the several lournslil and
wards In the county on the KM day or jeiteru
ber lielween the Lours of Sand 4 o'clock r. u.
in the tomifhtps, and between the hours or 2
and 4 o'chx k r. M In the wants of theclt of
'Ihe (-.intentions to nominate Commissioners
will lie held erately, aud wilt convene Im
inefllatel alter the county contention adjourns.
It is expected that none but Kepiibllrans will
ute at the primary meetings
llv order of llii-Couutr Central Committee.
W i: bTAM.hr, Uialnnan
J.NO KI.I.LV, hccretary.
N. I, Mjtitlr.WcV Mill lie a candidate be
fnrc the I.eublicai county oiieMlon for
the (ifllco of count) cl rk.
7 o Ihe Ldilar of Ihe lUigle:
I'lcanc announce thai I am a candidate
for the olliio of County Clerk, hubject to
decision of the Uijiubllcan county toinin
tlou. i:. 1. Koitn.
To Iht J.J,lur if the Eagle:
Tirade .innouiiie my name as .1 r.-indidale
for the nihil of UrgiMtr of Deeds of .''Cdg-
wiik lount), KanitaK, fulijctt to the ikiis-
loii of the llepilblicau lOilutJ colitcutlnu.
II. 1). IlKIM:lt.MAN.
Tu Vie t Jit or of the Eaijle:
Vim will iiliac announce in jour icil
iiuiiih that I will be a candidate before the
Ht-jiuhlli au louut) tomcutlon for the tiom
iiuliun for the olllce uf tlierilT.
AVlCHITA, AllgU't 11, 1BS.1.
Tu the F.Jttor of the Fugle:
ricac announce thu name of Kill, llrovwi
if Union towmiliiji, an a candidate lor xlicr
iu of .Scdg Ick county tuliject lo the decis
ion of the Itcpulillcaii (ounty coiucntlon.
I'loa-e aniiouuce that I ama candidate for
the olhcc of countj treasurer, Mibject to the
ilet ilon or the Hcimbllean county lotncn
tion. (ito. W. Walths.
A. 1'. Mault It . i candidate lor county
ilcrk, eulijVa to the decihlon of the Htliul
lliau county niiai iilion.
'In the t'Jttor of the haute:
I'lcaic Jiinmincc that I vill boa candi
ilili fortouuty clerk, this fall, subject to
the Kijuildlcaii couuty toncntlon.
T. i. JICLAUfiltUV.
I hertliy announco in) self a candidate
for the nomination for sheriff of bedgnick
county, subject to the ilcilsiou of the lie
imblicau cnutit contention.
ItittliiK is the tiajipy father ot a
.Mrs. Ililloi k ami her children arc In Clil
i ago, her former home.
C A. VauXiss lias taken Jiofscsulon of
his fine new suburban home.
Several more political announcements
will be found added to the list tills week.
Ml Kate Harris, of Kentucky, Is Isit
iug the wife mid Tamil of Judge Lauck.
The new town laid out In the western
part of the county lias been named Chieney.
I.. I). .SklnniT. of the .State Hank, Is at
home ngaln after quite a trip up through
IJei. Harper administered tho oidinauce
of baidlsm lil bunday evinlii" at ills
IIe. Hewitt Is still in Scotland whence
lie writts the Kaclk au Interesting Ictler
Jnlm C. Cnrjieutcr, t'nllcd Mates
uillcttorof internal retenuo for Kansas, is
in tin i Uy.
Hon. Harry White, one of the old Kej
stone .State's lite congrosum n, Is pa)ing
our city a visit.
Tlie last agricullural report from the Mato
lliun) makes Scilgttick the hading munlj
in both oats and torn.
.Mr. Chas. Morehoiuc, of the Mate Hank,
is off on bis annual home ixit and w 111 be
absent n couple of ttetks.
A ilouble-hullcd potter propuMon plcan.
lire boat has been launched on the Little
Kit cr at the park grounds.
Miss Sallie JIcNeal gate her brother,
(Jiorge, a mrprlsc party last Friday tten-
Ing In honor of bis birthday.
The council hate authorized the exten
sion of the street railway south on Law
rence Atcnuc to Kellogg street.
Jlr. 31. V. Lcty, or the Wichita National
Hank, left for New York City last Saturday
etching to be absent sctcraldajs.
Dealers iu Chicago and St. Louis arc n rlt
Ing to our merchants inquiring about the
extent uf the corn area of this country.
A Mr. Hays, of Pittsburg, Tcnnsjltania,
an iron bridge manufacturer, aud cousin lo
our W W. Hajs, made tu a call this week.
l he Lombard Mortgage Company bate
put Inlo their office a new aud improtcd
tjpe-tvritcr which docs satisfactory work.
Jlr. IMttard W. Wilder, the auditor of
tho 8antt Ke road, and Jlr. Dickenson, of
the same company, spent Jlonday in tins
Father JtcCall, pastor of the Catholic
Church of this city, will leave Wichita.
His place will be filled by Father Kclley, of
Hoot Ilrolhcra hate placed a new 'litis on
their line, of ill Iter's make, tt hlch is a dal
s). lt.is decidedly the prettiest t chicle that
runs our streets.
Kmporia would hate a street railway it
the) could unci an) body who would furni-b.
the money to build it, and somebody to ride
on It after it tt a built.
3Ir. Wollman.of Lrateuwortb, father of
Mrs. Hess, accompanied by a son, stopped
otcr In the lt) Tucsda),on their return
from Las Vegas Springs.
F, W. Olltcr hat charge of the corre
spondence in the Wichita National during
Jlr. Let)' absence, the duties of which
Frank Is quite familiar with.
The plow factory men write Gov. Glenn
they will be in Wichita within a few days.
The got crnor sa) s tbey hate been delayed
by sickness in the family of one of tho part
ners. The Kansas City Jovmal criticises our
corn dUpatcb. We offer nothing In reply to
it for the reason that it cannot appreciate
Urst Ward 8
Second Ward. . ..5
Third Ward , ....7
Fourth Wanl. .. 7
Attica . 2
Aflon, . , . ,2
fcrie . . 2
l-BRle . . 3
rant ... , .7
(j)uni ..... . .3
(arileo rialns . 2
l. rand Itlter , 2
. VUl TailUUl'UIHUUIUCUIi yl
'"The Great Arkansas has been almost bank
lull for a week. Kains nud melting snows
in the mountains bare been the sources of
the late continued high waters.
Judge lien Fisher Is a strong prohibition
ist in talk, but when it comes to voting for
sheriff you can't most always tell, because
bis lote for Jonathan Is like unto that of
The 31. K. pulpit wilt be filled next Sab
bath etening by Rev. M'alte. Key. Kelly
is off for a week's recreation among his old
parishioners at Fort Scott and other Eastern
Mr. W.Murray, or Salem township, whose
Tarm is opposite Derby, sends us in a stool
ol millet, by W. O. nammond, grown from
three grains, which measures seven feet
one Inch high.
Large grading forces are scattered alonr
the railroad extension In tho direction of
hlngman for twenty-five miles out. Mr.
Burria, who has twelve miles of this end,
desires one or two hundred more men and
There will be services every two weeks at
JSquire Hobbs' oSee, at the head ot Ksle
WaM-sUIrs, UUfBrLUtrBoUee. B saiy.tttls
- tatt, 11 a. sb., Her. Feetiewak, la Mm erea-
, tag'Xer. S. H. feelget, Baited Bret-mi ia
-jtfcrUt, ,, , ,
ATTENTION, EDITORS 1
The editors of the Atehleon Champion,
Topeka VvmmonKealtk and Kmporia AVir
will stand up ! Your education, gentlemen,
his been sadly neglected, Hmeutably so
touching the development and resources of
your own State. You, sin, are slow to learn
that the Kansas of ten ) ears ago cuts but a
small figure in the Kansas of to-day; and,
In the face of regularly published and au
thentic reports, it seems you can't compre
hend the fact that for eight) ear Sedgwick,
Sumner, JlcI'lierson, Cowley and Butler
counties bate led the entire State In the
production of all the leading staples, and,
that tbey continue to do so. You, reverend
seigniors, )ct imagine that Topeka is the
practical center of Kansas, when, in Tact,
that town is located within lite miles of the
northeast eighth or the State. And it is
not only, yourscltes, messieurs, who arc so
densely ignorant, but all of your people, In
cluding the State Hoard of Agriculture. In
wheat, corn, oats, bogs and cattle, take out
the counties named and your Kansas would
make a sorrowful show ing. Now, last wees,
the editor of this paper introduced a small
item of statistics ol the corn crop of Sedg
wick county Into an associate press dispatch.
The item was from tbo columns of the Ka"
CLE and was incorrect only in that it did
not come up to the actual figures. The item
has been made the target for the combined
wit of the antiquated trio whom tt care
now addressing. Y'ou hate our sympatb)
in so far an wc once belonged to your glu"
cofc soclet), and, also, for ten years pub
lished a paper in Northeastern Kansas, at
llurllugamc, when we knew as little of the
State as )ou do. to-day. The figures ttc
gate in that diciialth tveru of the easiest
elucidation So far as the conclusions
reached, the merest school-boy ought to be
capable oT figuring them out. bedgwick
county is nearly thirty by thirty-six miles
square. One-half or this vast area is taken
up by the tallc)s or the Great and Little
Arkansas and tho Ninnescah rhcrs three
or the finest ritcrs of the entire Stale run
ning through one ounty. Sedgwick coun
tj has has three hundred and twenty-tit o
thousand acres of t alley or bottom land, or
more than three times as much Lottom laud
asany other count) in the Stale, and it is
not surprising, or should not be, that she is
the greatest count) iuKaiiias. TheKtfiiE
has been reiterating this simple propo-illon
for twcltc years, but some people, Includ
ing the editors addressed and the State
Hoard of Agriculture, fccem,as )ct,to fail to
catch on. Now, In exact figures, this coun
ty makes suotn returns to inT,Ml acres of
corn for lbM. To pleiso these editors, and
te satisfy all doubters we will put the ater
age down to forty bushels to tho -icrc which
gites MfcO.010 bushels. As there arc 120
ears of torn of an at crage length of eiht
Inches each, in a bushel, we hate, as the
simplest proccis in figures, fVJGO.JIS, 100
inches, which, reduced to miles, will uot
only reach to London, but to the land w here
Jescph and his brethren went for corn. In
more senses than one is the Nile of America
the palingenesis of Kansas. The AVer-
quotes t o of our t erees tt lth ct Idcnt glee,
and quotes them wrong. We net cr claimed
that there wasnuypoetr) in thoetersis
but the AVfc man tt ill find in them more his
tory aud prophec) than Is usually put Into
a like space. The Champion' 1 1 cry funny
suggestion of stringing the grains together
hit the mark much closer than be was aw arc
In all probability. Astothc ComiiumueaUh't
suggestion that the stalks placed cud to end
would not reach the distance named, we
bate only to auswer that the stalks ol some
single fields of this couuty, placed end to
end, would reach that distance. Take a
200-acro f'lld and wo hate sctcialiuueh
larger, and four stalks ol eight tect each to
the hill, and 3,000 hills to the acre, and let
blui figure out where such a singlo field of
stalks will teach.
It is intimated abotc that the State Hoard
or Agriculture knows ol no county south
or the main line of the Atchison, Topeka A.
Sauta Fc railroad. Last tear, at the State
Tair, Sedgwick, Sumner and llutler made
magnificent displa)s, but the premium ttas
awarded to a count) whose productions for
tho years could hate been loaded into a few
ricks. If the society kicks at this we an-
sw cr by calling the people's attention to the
Tact that in their latent report, Issued last
week, iu giving tho list ot Tairs to be held
this fall tbey ieatc out thcScdgttick county
fair, one ol the oldest associations In the
Stale, owning fine grounds and extensite
improtcmcnls, aud which society offers
?.",000 in cash premiums this ) car.
AVc expect lo lite a great many j ears )ct,
but ttc uro satisfied the author of that dis
patch will not only be dad, but forgotten,
before the people of Northeastern Kansas
fully realise the richness, wealth and mag
nitude of the Lower Arkansas Valley.
The most terrific wind mid electrical
stonn occurred in this t alio) Tuesday night
accompanied by a tremendous rain fall. It
was the hardest blow since the spring of
'73, when so man) buildings were motcd
from foundations. At this writing we arc
unable to learn that any great damage ttas
done or thai there was tiny loss or lire, al
though ttc bate not )ct beard from tho
country and of the stiudlng crops. No
doubt many grain stacks were overturned
and w c lear that corn may havo been badly
broken dow n. Iu this city the shade trees
suffered greatly, especial!) tho catalpis aud
solt maples, the limbs of which bestrew
the streets. The walls ol Jlr.A.W.OIitcr's
new residence, which were up to the first
joists, were leteUcd. The outer course of
bricks being of a fine presed quality and
shipped from Kansas City here in straw,
the loss will be considerable. The walls or
J. L. Cooper's new lltery stable were
thrown out of line, and sctcral newly dug
cellars were filled with water. The gas
works no.v buildings sustained considera
ble damage. A brick bain was blown dowu
on the west side, and the roof of tho shool
houso In the First ward was torn tip. The
storm broke about 11 o'clock at night and
continued for otcr au hour, thorough!)
frightening a large number of people. Tho
rain continued much longer.
Jlr. J. T. Sherman, clerk of the United
Stales District Court for Wichita, took pos
session oT bis office last week since which
time he has been tcrt bus) aud will con
tinue to be very busy until the court sits.
He is also United States Commissioner, so
that his lime will be fully cmplo)cd. Set en
new land fraud cases were docketed last
week, and Capt. Drew, the special agent of
the Interior Department is still busy at
work in the western counties. Jlr. Sher
man, who Is a thoroughly competent gen
tleman and well versed In United States
Court proceedings, and who has been look
ing up the extent and character ol the
suits which will be tried at this point, says
his commissioner's court, which will be
continuous, will proto fully as important
to Wichita as the annual term. Mr. Sher
man Is a very pleasant gentleman socially
and our people tt ill take as naturally to him
as tbey did to Hon. Dick Walker. Capt.
Smith, the United States Deputy Marshal
for the Wichita court, was iu lonn on Sat
urday, but was off again to scrte some pa
pers In the south part of the Stato and in
Butler. He sa) set cry minute of his lime
will be taken up from now until Judge
Foster's gat el falls.
Some slashing blathcrsliite. who has been
trying to play editor on the Emporia AVtc
of late, lays himself out on a parallel of
Emporia and Wichita to our city's disad
vantage. The fellow talks like au escaped
lunatic If Emporia Is such a wonderful
town why don't she show up iu the statis
tics published by tbo Slate and National
governments. That Emporia beats Wichita
head otcr heels, in bonded indebtedness for
all Emporia has to show, everybody under
stands; and, that she has a balfdozcn mon
ey sinking institutions. Including a couple
of newspapers, that are a burthen to that
burtbened-to-death people, we hat e known
for a long time ; but, their last and greatest
affliction seems to bo the writer above al
luded to, and bo ought to be squelched.
TJJchita is the livestand most rapidly grow
Ins town in Kansas, a fact which, while it
cannot bo smothered down, is iine wWh
we are not called upon any longer to adver
tise. If the Eaguc prides itself upon one
thins more than another It is the way in
which it modestly refrains from blowing
about any thing connected with Wichita or
Jlr. John P. Edwards Is the most accurate
map and atlas Baker that ever worked in
Kansas. Ilis atlas and history of Sumner
county jast completed and delivered, Is a
wonderful and almost Invaluable niece of
work. Snmaer county has many town sites
and Is otherwise considerably cut up by
surveys, bat every sub-djrlsion in the coun
ty is given and every farm in the county
bean the owner's nsme.. The "very com
pteU and reHsble history bound as part of
fitewet, Was written by A; X". Richards,
tstrttwtf taeJVrtt. The atlas of Sedgwick
etmaty eosafsita by Kdwank will remain a
ak ac caffac NtoMaca asy tweatxsitra
BROTHER, DON'T YOU FIND IT SOT
Ob, this is a selfish world. If the little
block or ground upon which one's little
home stands happens to be surrounded on
three sides by rich men and on the other
side liytheclty.thcrelsnorest. Eachof the
three will be eternally trying to buy strips
ol your ground and the city will threaten
to run a street through on the other side.
This Is a hard world on the man who is con
tent with simply holding his own. It is so
In religion as well as in everything else.
Your Infidel and skeptic neighbor will hold
you with his glittering eye while he pours
his poison into your ears only that he may
destroy that peace which comes ol your in
herent or mother's faith, that God orders
everything Tor the best, and that an affec
tionate Supreme Being ol Delight will final
ly gather j ou and yours safely to a home
which cannot be diminished by grasping
neighbors or hate a street run through it
by a hoglsh corporation.
THE MILLING CENTRE.
Topeka Is rapidly becoming the most im
portant milling centre in the State. Corn-
Atchison is, and will continue to be, the
great milling centre of the State. We now
hate four immense flouring mills that arc
running day and night, and will soon have
a filth in operation. More flour is manu
factured in twenty-four hours, than In any
other town in Kansas In a week. Atchiton
All of which simply shows that the two
editors of the above papers ought to tratel
more or read their exchanges. Wichita is,
and will continue to be, the great milling
centre of Ihe State. We hate lite immense
flouring mills running day and night, to
which fact we called the attention of the
Chrmplon once before this. The first mill
built here alone turns outi'iO barrels et cry
twenty-four hours, or about 100 barrels
more than the biggest mill in Atchison.
Sad Is the rito ol burying a stranger, but
sadder when that stranger's grave hides for
ctcr from sight the face or the only friend
and protector of two little lonely orphan
girls who shrink within thcmseltcs as the
sound or the heat ily falling clods strikes
terror and dismay to their souls. A num
ber of the members or the Grand Army ol
the Kepubllc, headed by Col. Stewart, wit
nessed such a scene last Saturday altcrnoon.
The father, Thomas JI.llo)al, au cv-soldlcr.
the mother ofwlio-c little children was
dead, was brought here for burial. Itcv.
Jlrs. I,o wry, in the absence ol any other
minister, offered prayer and spoko a few be
fitting ttord. Deceased ttas a member of
Leon l'ost, but he was buried by Garfield
Post, or this city. Tlie utter desolation and
grief of the nrpaned girls, one ten and the
other tw elt c j cars, touched et cry heart. .It
w as a picture of sombre colors only, but one
whose shadows will never fade from the
memories of the little group that beheld it
In the lustreless light of that departing
The art loan exhibition heretofore spoken
of in these columns, will begin next Tues
day, August 21st, and continue until Satur
da) evening following. It was athrstlhe
Intention to hold it in the new Christian
Church, but owing to the fact that the plas
terers did not get through in time, Mr.
Woodman's building (known as the Tarred
Store) on Main street, has been secured.
It is admirably suited to the purpose, more
central and contenlent. The ladles bating
it in charge hat c spared no labor to make It
a success and an honor to Wichita, and
they should be rewarded by a liberal pat
ronage. The exhibition will be open from
9 a. in. aud through the entire day and even
ing. As there w ill be more than SOOpIcturcs
alone on exhibition, in addition to a rare
collection of art needlework, bric-a-brac,
relics and curiosities lrom every quarter of
the globe, old books three centuries old, a
fine geological collection, collections of rare
coins, etc., it will readily be seen that one
could dot sec the half In one etening.
There will be refreshments, the best ice
cream and cako the city can afford, at all
hours during the exhibition.
Ten cents will be the price of admission.
Jlr. J. E. Caldwell was down from EmpoJ
rm iasi w ees. 10 see nis lamuy. ills irauc is
increasing rapidly and substantially, and In
a few da)s he Is going down to New York
City to buy of the importers direct the
largest stock or queenswarc and glassware
ctcr brought to this State. Emporia may
congratulate herself on securing a man ol
such culerprise and substance as J. E. Cald
well. Before Christmas Emporia will have
the finest queenswarc and glassware estab
lishment to be found In the State. The
family will shortly remote to Kmporia and
Jlrs. C. will accompany her husband East.
Jlr. lllssantz has established an enterprise
that has long been needed In this city and
one which will probably be sustained from
the word go, and that is tbo manufacture of
gait anlzed cornice. Wc suggest the pro
prietors ol the New York block interview
him immediately. The machinery and tools
hate already becu received and a workman
engaged. The first Job will be the cornice
and caps of the uew Citizens Hank build
ing. However plain or however elaborate
the design of cornice, Jlr. lllssantz is ready
to do the work.
ONE FIELD OF CORN.
As considerable criticism has been in
dulged in with reference to last week's
Eaulk'8 corn problem, Jlr. W. T. Jctvett,
one ol the oldest farmers, as he Is one of
the most reliable gentlemen in this county,
informs us that he has Si'i acres of growing
corn, aud that while he cannot state au av
erage Tor the county, he says he would not
take 18.000 bushels lor the corn he will husk
and crib from tho abotc field. Now go on
with jour music.
That protective farmer who was to have
cleaned out that free trade farmer, did not
get around with his article in time for this
Issue, being rcccitcd only an hour before
going to press. AVc might as well tell who
the gcnlle'mcn are. Hon. William Koss, of
the Kitcrside farm, is the protectionist,nnd
Farmer Doollttic is the fee trade champion.
The latter has sent iu his application to
the Cobdcn club, and is swallowing all the
speeches delivered on the free trade side in
Congress since the days ol Webster and
Jlr. Amos Tucker completed the census
of school children between the ages of five
and twentj-one years, on Monday, the Ctb.
The following Is the summary : First ward
'Hi males, 232 females ; total, 500. Second
ward, 193 males, 211 females ; total, 109.
Third ward. 1C4 males, 182 females; total,
34G. Fourth ward, 223 males, 247 females;
total, 470. East of the railroad, 27 males,
27 females ; total, 54, making a grand total
of 1,784 persons of school age.
1'crhsps the greatest disadvantage King
man is under to-day, and always has been.
Is that of not hat inga well-established stage
line connecting it with Wichita. The town
has always been tied to a little burg on Cow
creek whose business men have been a set
or leeches drawing the very life-blood from
Kingman's veins, when It should have been
chnnected with the live town or Wichita.
Give us a good stage Hue to Wichita.
The Biblo says, "to everything there la a
season, and a time to every purpose under
heaven," which being the case we would
like to inquire if it is not about the time
and season for the authorities to compel
people to clean up their alleys. "Prayer. It
it is said, If ardent enough will open heav
en, but it would take a mighty strongsoul's
sincere desire to pierce the breasts or un
derstanding oT the city council on the abol e
In his telegram concerning the corn crop
of Sedgwick county. Marsh Murdock neg
lected to state that if the corn was shelled,
and tho grains strung out In a single line,
tbey vi ould girdle the earth 179 timea. We
hasten to make this addition. Aliiem
It is about the first instance in which any
outsider ever hastened to tell the truth
about Sedgwick county. Thank you.
The largest livery stable in this city, prob
ably In the Slate, is being built by J. L.
Cooper on south Main street. It is of brick
sixty feet front by one hundred fact deep,
two stories high. The upstair front rooms
will be made Into offices. The bnlldiag
complete and ground will cost about 910,
003. The building will be thoroughly piped
for gas and water.
The three men charged with seillug Honor
to Indians were brought befar United
States Commissioner fioasaH ana waived
examination and were held la the sum f
tedO to appear before the TJaitedMataa
court at Wichita. Oae of taa ana, Patrick
Dnf ey, has given bail and laa ether wen
to Wichita la defauk.4rl-u Cssjr 7m-
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D. S. Hakes, the general supply and ma
terial agent of the Santa Fe, is now nuking
this city bis headquarters. Heavy trains of
piles, bridging Umbers and other material
are arriving at this point, which Mr. II. re
ceives and cares for.
Wheat, dry and in condition lor mill
Wheat, damp and wet i6wT3
B. P. Murdock, business manager of the
Wichita Eagle, made us a fraternal call
last week. He was on his way to Harper
county. The Eaglx is booming right along
aud is building up an excellent bookbindery
Janauscbek is billed for Wfehlta next
week. Her agent, Louis H. Morgenstern,
says the combination have just concluded
a successful trip up through the northwest
as far as Victoria and back along the Pa
cific coast to 'Frisco.
31llo BJCellogg, formerly register of deeds
of Sedgwick county, has located in King
man and will go into the real estate and loan
business. Mr. Kellogg Is in every sense a
gentleman and our people will find him a
safe, trustworthy business miD.Kingnan
T. B. Wall, one of Wichita's most bril
liant young attorneys, was in Wellington
oo legal business last Saturday. He informs
us that the Santa Fe railroad commenced
building west from that point to Kingman
on Friday. iumner County Pren.
A spiritual paper published at Atlanta,
Georgia, called Light For Tkinlen, makes a
note of Jlrs. Jane Sexton's miraculous cure,
and her subsequent eloquence. This won
derful phenomenon ol spirit power, the ed
itor describes as equaling any recorded mir
acle ol Jesus.
Col. Woodcock and Mr. Shelton, of tho
Timet, who made a flying visit to Kingman
last week, were delighted with the western
part ol the county, especially with the Nin
ncscab valley, whose boundless fields aud
wonderful crops are up to the average or
this heterodox age.
There is not another city in the United
States which offers such superior induce
ments and facilities for the establishment of
a corn starch manufactory as does Wichita,
aud our board of trade would do well to
look the matter up and secure the men pos
sessing the necessary experience and capi
tal. The Eagle job is printing a catalogue
500 copies Tor the art loan exhibition,
which gites a correct description of every
article to be exhibited, and shows to what
great trouble they bate been to make the
art loan of Wichita compare favorably with
those held in some of the neighboring
It is not all harmony and brotherly love
with tbc members of the Negro Baptist and
Jlcthodist Churches. The droll proceed
ings or the Lime Kiln Club and the admo
nitions oT liro. Gardner are tamo iu compar
ison to the Join's and ex cathedra enuncia
tions or Jloderator Bowers and other digni
taries. An eastern firm sent post haste one of
their agents to this city to buy up that
"seventy thousand pounds ol wool" noted
by the Eagle. The gentleman said he ex
pected to see wool stacked up along the
streets, and he seemed kind o' sad when
Jlr. Hays Informed him that it had all been
purchased and shipped.
We heard it whispered that that much
dreaded and fatal disease, the glanders, fa
tal not only to horses, but to men, has made
Its appearance inthisvicinity. The author
ities should wipe It out by having every af
flicted animal disposed of. There is no cure
for it. It has made Its appearance in sev
eral localities in Eastern States.
G. A. R.
There will be an important meeting ol
Garfield Post No. 25, at the court-room, In
JlcPherson block, on Tuesday evening, Au
gust 21st. All comrades are earnestly re
quested to be present.
M. Stewart, Post Commander.
John A. Wallace, Adjutant,
Tuesday evening a company of thirty
young ladies and gentlemen assembled at
the commodious residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Rutan, who are the teachers of classes Nos.
5 and C of the M. E. Sunday school, and
who, on the previous Sabbath had invited
their classes to their home at this time.
With the above number tbc classes were not
fully represented. The company was form
ed into a large family circle on the front
lawn and the game of "fruit-basket" gayly
prosecuted. After an hour's amusement all
retired to the parlors where they were re
freshed with the most delicious cream and
cake and iruits. Several of the misses of
Mrs. Ilutan's class deftly touched the piano
keys and a few general choruses closed the
very pleasant etening. As the younger
ones went home light-hearted as they came
the older ones felt that the fairy angel
brought out by their teacher bad smoothed
a wrinkle of care from their burdened
brows. Long life and happiness to tbc gen
erous host and hostess.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Dear friends, as Congregationalists wo
purpose holding our meetings in Eagle Hall
ctcry alternate hunday till further notice.
The object of the above meetings Is to or
ganize a Congregational Church and settle
a suitable pastor oter that church here in
Wichita. Our purpose Is not to pull down
other churches but to build up one of our
own denomination, believing that Wichita,
tbc Queen City of the grand Arkansas y al
ley and the west, with a population oT near
ly 9,000, can afford to support another off
spring or the Pilgrim Fathers.
Dear friends will you not show your heav
enly heroism by aiding us as far as possible
with 'your presence and your prayers to
raise another banner for Jesus and another
standard against the spoiler of men's souls
and the great enemy of all righteousness.
All In sympathy with the movement, and
all who may desire to identify themselves
with a Congregational Church, are cordial
ly invited to attend. Be assured that a
Congregational minister will be settled here
at an early date, and wc want to pate the
way for bis arrival by organizing a church
as soon as possible that he may begin to
build thereon when he shall have located
We extend a hearty welcome to all, be
lieving that the end will be better than the
beginning. James Busker.
Another week has passed away with the
usual number ot changes incident to an In
stitute. We have increased from G2 to 123,
It being the largest number ever registered
in this county at an institute and notwith
standing we have bad good and successful
institutes before, yet there seems to be as
much interest in this as In any institute ever
held In this county.
We have a large number of experienced
teachers here that are alive and take an In
terest in educational mattets. That is very
commendable In them, for there are a nam
ber of teachers here that can get certificate!
without attending Institutes, but they coma
here and sacrifice time and money, not to
get a certificate, but to Increase their infor.
matlon or stock in trade. So that those
teachers should be appreciated, and I think
a change is apparent In that direction, for
sometimes we find a school officer that
makes a distinction.
The institute has become a part of our
school system. It is no longer an experi
ment, but a fact, well understood by our
best men as very important factor in the
make-up oi a successful teacher.
This week the Instructors and all the
members seem to have more life and aainta.
tlon, showing that a we progress the Inter
est does not fail. We had a lecture on pnya
iology by Dr. JIcAdaass. He bad a dry sub
ject, but for the time allotted to him he
made it plain to us, so that we were well
paid for the time spent.
Thursday we had Major Bear to explala
a subject that is very teportaat to all, bat
understood by very few : that Is the subject
ef surveying. He explained the manner of
dividing sections, townships, etc, aad also
the explanatloa ol bate line, maridiaaa,
etc., the cause of the variation or the com
pass, aad a large aaseaat of iaferasatiea
that aeae bat a praeMeal asaa eaa giTe.
The Bomber of visiter is ea the laereaae
aad tltetteaitt should be. Aad now as Use
officer have bean elected ia the teaeei H
tricUtsMyaaealdattead taeiastltate aad
seewbatbibelagdoaeby the teacher far
f who? Certainty net she
waeaet, at taa eapH gat Ms advantage,
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To make room for
In our Dry Goods Department
We have still a large stock on baud,
The Same ReaietiM te utie !
(- Onr Mr. Katz is now in New York purchasing Fall and Winter Good,
and will bring with him tho Largest
Double team trooting race 3 In &, to har
ness, rurse, SSO.OU. irsi money, sj.w;
second, 15.00; third, 10.00.
Hunning, half mile beats, 3 in &, weights
up. 1'urse, fUO.W. tirsi money, a.wj
second, 15.00 ; third, 10.00.
Trotting, 2:45 class, 3 in 5, to harness.
1'urse, $160.00. First money, 80.00 ; second,
40.00; third, 20.00; lourth, 10.00.
Trotting, 2-28 class, 3 in 6 to harness.
l'une, $200.00. First money, 120.00; sec
ond. 50.00 ; third, 20.00 ; fourth 10.00.
Running, novelty race, 1J miles, rurse,
$50.00. First baU mile. 10.00; urst mile,
15,00 ; first mile and a half, 25.00.
Trotting, 2.85 class, 3 In 5 to harness.
Purse, $200.00. First money, 130.00; sec
ond, 50.00 ; third, 20 00 ; fourth, 10,00.
Trotting, 3:00 class, 3 In 6, to harness.
l'urse, $100.00. First money, 50.00 ; second,
25.00; third, 15.00; fourth. 10.00.
Special trotting race, In harness, to light
road wagon, driven by ladles only. Mile
heats, 3 in &. l'urse, $100.00. First money,
50.00; second, 30.00; third, 20.00. One
heat to be trotted in 3 minutes or better, or
no money paid.
Trotting, 2:20 clsss, one heat to be trotted
In 2:27 or better, or no money paid. 3 In 5
to harness. Purse,$500.00. First money.
325.00; second, 125.00; third, 50.00.
Pacing, 2-20 class, one heat to be paced
In 2:20 or better, or no money paid. 3 In 5,
to harness. Purse, $400.00. First money,
250.00; second, 100.00; third, 50.00.
Running, mile heats, 3 in 5, weight up.
Purse, $200.00. First money, 115.00; sec
ond, 60.00 ; third, 25.00 ; fourth, 10.00.
If our nigh neighbor in the "sheep clod-
lng" business, who is so kindly advertising
our light, airy and extensive business rooms
mammoth plate glass show windows, large,
cheap and well arranged stock, will send us
a reasonable bill for advertising we'll pay
it, or give him an order on our "connec
tions." By the way, there are merchants
who prefer showing their wares In a dart
room than In the light where the public can
see what they are buying.
We are dally receiving shipments of our
new tall stock, consisting of toe newest
styles of men's, boys' and children's cloth
ing, hats, caps and furnishings, and as we
buy all our good from first hands in large
quantities we save our customers money
every time. Bittcco Baos.
CktJ Lane Far Sale.
We are the owners of and have for (ale
the following tracts of choice grazing land
in the State of Texas :
17,712 acres in one body in Sober county.
17,712 acres In one body la Crosby county.
13,000 acre in one body in Crosby county.
20,000 acre in one body In Archer county.
Twenty years time with 8 prr cent. Inter
est will be given on a part of the purchase
money, balance on easy terms. For further
information call on E. If . Israel st Son,
Wichita, Kansas, or
Banker, Henrietta, Clay County, Texas.
It Is the general trnpreMioa that Or.
Pierce treat only diseases of womea. Tan
is all wrong. He Is ever ready aad tally
competeat to treat, with general succc,
an term et fever or disease eommsa te
Office over Lewis' beak, Xala street,
Wichita. Kaarn. kt-M
Frota oae ta two thrum ad ewe, arlact-
pally two-year-ohk. WlHeeMlaaanmber
to (alt, oa very Hbar tent, te taa rigat
kladofaea. CaH oa or ilsVs
Sl-tf C. A. Kcdd, Wteatta,
1 far Me.
ltt -oea three, mt twee. Aay net
tto waattag te bay tiealag eteew wa ia
to east ea W. W. JaeIsaaaa,Taa7
THE TJOLLie, J
our New Fall Goods.
and will sell them at Any Price.
ir fe-at I Ske Departaeit.
Stock over brought to Wichita.
A good girl to do general bouse work.
Wages, $3 a week ; no washing. Enquire
at H. Imboden's, Emporia, avenue.
If you want to sell or trade your farm or
city property, call on or write a description
to Nixon Elliott,
21-tf 123 Douglas Avenue, Wichita.
Boggisf, CarrtagM oi Bpiat; Wagtat by
th Car Load.
Oen. B. B. Eggleston has Just returned
from Cincinnati, Ohio, where be purchased
with cash, a large assortment of carriages,
buggies and spring-wagons all manufactur
ed by D. W. Sillier Carriage Company, aud
which be expect will arrive about the lGlh
of this month. Any one contemplating
purchasing a carriage, buggy or wagon will
do well to wait and examine his stock be
fore purchasing. As he bought for cash and
from first bands he can save the purchaser
two or three commissions and give him a
No. 1 article. No shoddy about any thing
be sells. All will be warranted just as rep
resented. "So wait for the wagons and you
can all take a ride." 20-4t
Cheap lots for sale in Elliott's addition.
For Sal r Trail.
At a bargain. One corn mill, elevator
cleaner, one bolting reel and chest, belts
pulleys, shafting all complete and in run
ning order. Address
20-U Wichita, Kansas.
Stock ranches one of 3,500, one oi 1,200
and one of 1,000 ae-res, for sale cheap by
21-tf Nixon Elllptt.
For Chilis and Fever, Ague. Dumb and
Third Day Ague, remittent or Intermittent
fever, or any disease of a malarious nature,
use Collin' Ague Cure. It is an absolute
and positive cure, thoroughly cleonslng the
system ol ail germs of malarial poison, act
ing directly upon the liver and bowels.
Every bottle is warranted to cure or money
refunded. Price, CO cents. Sold by all
Good business lot on Douglas Avenue,
for sale by Nixon Elliott. 21-tf
Please bear In mind that E. W. Israel A
Sons will sell you an organ for $75 cash,
that will cost you $136 on time. 104
Mr. Wm. Qreiffeasteln offer for sale on
"easonable term and fair price, a number
of resident lots, each containing a full acre
of ground. For particular call on him or
J. M. Steele. 4-tf
A large variety of choicest rose for sale.
C. A. Passcx,
15-U Hosley avenue, north of First st.
Stt grade Merino sheep under four year
old. Cheap If sold within 15 days. Address
J. H. Boyer, Urbana, Kansas.
We have a few Ine, pure-blooded Buff
Cochin cockerel to aell at oae aad two
dollar each. Lawrence avenue, id house
aontk of Douglas, Wichita Kansas.
S4f Baiuwik TSox.
CoUia' Agae Care I a strictly vegetable
resaedy which never tail to care Chill aad
Fever, Third Day aaeT Dumb Ague, aad
very ten ol lateraulteat aad ataJarial Hs
eaa. KeeaMa are arodaced wit tal resa
edy that are atataty iaspoaslble with qat-
aJse er aay other preparauon. raee,aa
eaata per bottle; every battle warranted
Five aaadred graded Meriao sheep;
atai train- of taa 4eek ewe, aad aader
ear jean aU ; tateaaid order ; a great bar-
B Darado, Kaaaa.
fTasat Agae Care set oary braaka np
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" - ZZTZk tZSTfwkZ DB -" " W,r- PHYSICIAN AND SUBGION. -Z - - "Sj. IShJST&TaSeS,
Slashing Summer Slaughter
The late cool weather
TJd-JAJY H:A."VES BETEIISr MARKED IDOWlSr
' In which everything in the
f - r i
From a Pin to a Parasol, From a Towel to
Those of onr customers who
g Yon will find the same at
will save you money now. We offer
Must bo reduced to the very lowest notch in two weeks, to make room for
If you don't find Prices as
S. T. Jones, sasb, door, blind, scroll and
bracket manafactury, west side of Main
street, north of the Occidental Hotel, Wich
ita, Kansas. 43-ly
Wby do yon complain so? If you are
feeling bad, take Dr. Jackson's Hoot and
Herb Cordial. It will invigorate, strength
en, vitalize and enrich your blood, and
give you new life. For sale by all drug
Tatnaf atrta Ball 8v. Stragnt,
Will (land for service at "Maplewood
farm" one-half mile southwest of Arkan
sas Blver bridge. Terms, 92.00 invariably
at time of service. Also Jersey bull, "Duke
of Sedgwick," at the same place. Terms,
95.00 at time of service.
2-tl R. E. Lawremcc.
All the money in the world is of no value
to you unless you have health and strength.
Dr. Jackson's famous Root and Herb Cor
dial will make you healthy, strong and vig
orous; vitalize, purify and enrich your
blood. Sold by all druggists. 19-18
l-amer Take H stiee.
We have leased the Fanners and Mer
chants Hill, corner Topeka and Douglas
Avenues. Will exchange or grind your
wheat and warrant our flour, a we make
nothing but a straight zxzz new process
flour. Give us a trial. Corn meal and
ground feed always on band.
18-tf Hurst & Nxwcomb.
The cheapest lots are In Elliott' addition
One hundred graded weanling calves and
fifty yearlings, for which the highest price
will be paid. Dr. Uucit Smith,
15-0t Occidental Hotel.
rr Bal Turn sal Satt.
S20 acre 24 mile west of Wichita, on the
Ninnescah river; second bottom, well wa
tered, adapted for either grazing or farm
ing, 80 acre under cultivation, house, sta
ble, wool bouse, ll-acre correl, good well ;
2,500 head graded (beep, 1,400 Merino
balance CotUwold and Southdown mixed,
Have been improving original stock for
the past foar year with Ohio and Michigan
thoroughbred Merino bucks. Will cell
sheep at 92.00 per bead. Price of the farm
and sheep, $7,000.
16-tf Jocxltn ft Thomas,
E. W. Iomxll, Dxae 8nt : It affords
me great pleasure to speak la the highest
Urms or the value of your Alt-Healing Bal
sam as a medicla that should be In every
family. Being aOIcted with pain In ay
back and havtaf the kidney complaint, I
was induced by your gent, E. Vangundy,
to purchase aad try a bottle of your All
Healing Balsam. I took tee medicine ac
cording to direction, aad now, having us
ed It for the part three or fear weeks, I Ind
myself relieved entirely front the pain in
my back, aad say sidaeya ao longer afford
me aay trouble. X have ao hesitation la
saying that ea bottle of medicine, for
which I paid any eeau, 1 ia new invest
ment I ever made la my Ule. I heartily
eosnsaead year AH-Healiac Balsam to the
public, a belBg Jnst what 70a represent It
to be, aad good far H the allmeat set
forth la yonr eirailer. Yours, etc.,
CLAJUOB-, Kajw., April tb, 18H. 7tl
Kansas City Daily "Times."
PBJCES FOB SUBSCRIPTION.
THJC DAILY AND SUSDAY TIMES.
aeva paeon a week, by mall, pottage
paid, eae year, MB - six swathe, feAt)
laree mealas, fiM ; eaa month, &M.
THE DAILY TIMM, Mondays, Wedaee
daya and Friday, tare paper a week,
by asefl, BsMenea aatst, aae year, fMB;
BtxassBta. aua; three awash, fix.
THE WTNDAY TIMES, by bmH, aaetage
paid, om year. LSa.
THE TTEautXr TOOK, by asaH, aeetage
aateaw year, tut.
has left as with a good many Summer
To increase their attractiveness, we hare organized a
25 Per Cent Below
purchased dry goods at our last regular
Everything was Marked Down It was No Humbug!
this time. We will give you Bargains in everything in our Immense Establishment,
great inducements to those who are in want of Dry Goods.
that we are Going
This is tho best chance you ever had to
PROCURE A BARGAIN
Under the Horaeahoe.
:sr. x. t. :p. o.
District Conrt. Eighteenth Judicial District.
aeagwica county, ivansu.
N. A. Enclish and Oslo A. English
jit vartua or an orusr or si tssneu oni or in
District Conrt of the Kkbteenth Judicial Dis-
trict, siting in and for Hedfrwlck county, Kan
wherein Orlamlo Mason Is plaintiff, and
A. English and Osle A. English aro defend-
ants, I will, on
Monday, the 16A day of September A. I). 1383,
at 3 o'clock r. it., at the court-house door, be
ing at the front of the building knosrn as Mc
pherson block, on Main street, ia the city of
Wichita, Kansas, offer for sale at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all
the right, title and Interest of the defendant,
N.A.English and Osle A. English, In and to
the following-described real property, situated
In the county of Sedgwick, State of Kansas,
Lou numbers one (II. three (3). Ore (51.
seven (7), nine (9), eleven fll), thirteen (13),
fifteen (IS), seventeen (17) , nineteen US), twenty-one
(41), twenty-three (SB) and twenty-five
(),onFourtnaTenue: anu 101s numoers two
(2). four (4), six (tt), eight (8), ten (lot, twelve
(12). fonrteenni). sixteen (In), eighteen (ID).
twenty (30), tweuty-two (tt), twenty-four f!l)
and twenty-six (2R), on Emporia avenne ; all In
N. A English's 5th addition to the city of
leniia, acconung 10 me recoruea piai inereor.
Said real property Is levied upon as the prop
erty of defendants. N. A. English and Osle A.
English, and will be sold to satisfy said order
Sheriff's Office, Wichita, Kansas, August Gtb,
II. B. WATT,
Sheriff Sedgwick county, Kansas.
Kos Harris, Plaintiff's Attorney. 20-
Notice for Publication.
Land Orricx 1
At Wichita, Kas., August 8, 1883. J
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of bis
claim, and that said proof will be made be-
tore me u. a. mnu umce, at w icnua, itan-
... ... v.!.,... a.nft.Mi.... ai. 1004 wl.
B9, uu x iiuaj. acf.i.diuu: bi, Jgwi v..
Joseph S. Marshall, D. 8. No. 23,721, for the
si nw 01 sec. 20, twp. -u soutu. range aw.
lie names the following witnesses to
provo his continuous residence upon, aud
cultivation of, said land, viz : Theo. Kerr,
R. Oreen and Wm. Nlghswonger, of Feo
tone, Sedgwick county, Kansas, and James
Nlghswonger, of Clearwater, Sedgwick
20-G R. L. Walked, Register.
Service by Publication.
(First publication August ICth, 1883 )
In the District Conrt of Sedgwick county,
Rachel Barney, plaintiff, )
James O. Barney, defendant. 1
The defendant above-named la hereby notified
that he has been sued by plaintiff named, and
that unless he answer the petition filed against
him In the office or the Clerk or the District
Court of said county, by the 27th day of Sep-
temper, ino, saia petition win oe laien as true
and ludgment be rendered against him. divorc
ing plaintiff from defendant, la accordance
1 the prayer of said petition.
Attorneys for plalitlfl.
Notice for Publication.
In the District Court or Sedgwick 'county. In
the Stat of Kansas.
Henry X. Bodlne, plaintiff,
IiL Bodlne. 'defendant.
The said defendant. Ida Bodlne. will take no
tice that she has been sued In the District Court
of Sedgwick county. In the Stale of Kansas, by
Henry M. Bodlne, for a divorce ; that ha has
filed his petition la said court, charting the
said Ida. Bodlne with willful abandonment for
one year, aad that she most answer the same oa
or before the 21st day of September, WJ, or the
same will be taken a true, and Jndgmest ren
dered accordingly, divorcing said petlUoaer
from the said Ida Bodlne.
O. A. JsTTCHEtX.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Wichita, Kansas, August 7th, 1M. SO-
By Uaireraml Aeeerd,
Am's Cathabtic Ptlu are taa beat
of all purgative for family aae. They
are the product of lone;, laborioa, and
aaoceaaftd chemical lnvestlgatioa, and
their extensive nee, by pbysleuuui la
their practice, and by all ctvfliied nation-,
prove then the best aad asort
eafe-tcal purgative Pill that medical
adeace eaa devise. Beta; pardy veg
etable ao hana eaa artae tram their
aae, aad betae; eager tualtd, they an
te take. la latrtaate tub
earatire aowen ao other Kile
he eeaiaawdwlta then; aad every
ahyate te enatwy
aenoa. taownsc taatr virtaea.
ennlor then, whea Beaded. They
haee) the evyateaa ha aarnct eaver. aaa
aaanaata la healthy aettea the whete
aayJMaeryefMfc. MM. antcJttajg aad
te the aaaaa of the dUiatlve BBinaaa.
aureaainaiii of whteh the
aad care, ft taact takea.
ajc fjaani east wnasarn tommam
tteas. whan) a nild hat eabctaal
ratharttr la wsnlwd.
Iv aate lr aB eBhnaa.
r A. O. Wert and J. c!VU, of Aftaa. satel ..S.Jr-'fkfiJS'mlSfUT fe
w.w.piiboi.m.d.. 22wtzs,iziDu'mA:' srsbJsrtsysxL
in the Prices of
Goods on hand which we mast get rid
store is Marked Down, '
a Tablecloth, , From, Blankets to Bunting!
the Regular Price.
sale of winter goods, will vouch for the
OF NEW GOODS.'
the largest stock ever seen in the West. A word lo the wNe is sufficient.
we advertise, don't buy them.
Out of the Boot and
IN BOOTS & SHOES-
(first publication July 28lb, Itttl )
William J. Cavender and Lliale J. Cavender
win use nonce mat J. 11. watalns, a plain
tiff, did, on Ihe nth day or July, 18X1, file hie
l-ttltlo.. In the District Court, In and for Sedg
wick county. State or Kansas, against them,
together with Y. M. Polk, as defendant, set
ting forth that on the second day of August. A .
D. lts, talil William J Cavender and lizzie
J. Lavender gave a mortgage to said plaintiff
uu uio iu-.uwioK.u.racr.uvi uuiu siiuaieu in me
county of Sedgwick and State of Kansas, viz.:
The south-east quarter of section number
twenty-four (2IJ ami the north east quarter of
section number thirteen (11), town number
twenty-nine () . range number four m west
or the sixth (tstfa) P. M. to secure the payment
of the sum of aiSI.73, according to ten certain
notes referred to In said mortgage, and praying
Judgment sgalnt said William J. Cavender and
Lizzie J. Cavender ror the sum of 13.73, now
claimed to be due and unpaid, with Interest at
12 percent, per annum from August al, 10,
or that said premises may be sold to pay the
Now said defendants. William J. Cavender
and lizzie J. Cavender, are hereby notified
that ther must aDDear and answer said netltlon
on or before the eighth day of September. 1H3.
or said petition will be taken as true against
them and each of them, and a judgment for said
amount, and a decree forever debarring them
of any right, title or Interest In and to said
lands, after the sate thereof, will be rendered
against them, and ordering said lands to be
sold tn satisfy any sum found to be due the
piainuu upon sain notes ana mortgage.
18-4 Attorney for Plaintiff.
(First publication August ICth, 1883 )
In the District Court of Sedgwick county,
John P. Evans and Ida Evans. 1
The above-named John P. Evans anil Ida Er
aus are hereby notified that they have been sued
by the above-named plaintiff In the District
Court or Sedgwick county, State of Kansas, and
that unless tbey answer the petition of said
plaintiff against them, filed In said action In
the office of the clerk of said court, bv the a: t to
day of September, 18X1, said petition will be J
tueu m true, ana juugmemwui ie renaerei
In said action In favor of said plaintiff and
against said defendants for the sum or 787..1,
with Interest thereon from the 1st day or June,
lew, at the rate of 12 per cent, per annum, and
for the sale of the following real estate, lying
and situate In the county or Sedgwick aid State
of Kansas, to wit :
The south-east quarter Oi) of section thlrty-
ut (.uj in wwnsnip iweniy-nine ('ij soutn, 01
range three (31 west- under a mortrare. tn sat
isfy said sum of money, interest and costs of
said action. In accordance with the prayer of
SLUSS A IIATTOK,
21-3 Plaintiff's Attorneys,
In the Probate Court of Sedgwick county.
In the matter or tbe estate of J. William
Field, Frank Y. Field and John A. Field, min
or helm of John A. Field, deceased.
Said minor heirs and all others Interested are
hereby notlfled that on the 21st day or July,
10, Helen a. Field, the duly appointed and
auallfied guardian of the estate of saldjielrs,
11 her Detltlon In the Probata Conrt or Sed
wlek county, Kansas, praying for an order of
saiu conn auinoriiing ner. ae socn gnaruian, to
sell all the right, title and Interest of aald nelra
in uie loiiowing real estate lying in eeagwiea
conntr. Kansas, to wit: Lot seventv-elgfat (TBI
on Dooglas avenue In the city of Wichita ; and
in saiu petition win oe neara on Angusi sisi.
letu. at mm nour oi iu o'ciocs a.m.
HKLK.V S. FIELD,
Guardian of the estate of said heirs.
Sluae A Hatton, Attorneys. 21-3
Service by Publication.
(First publication August 18th, 1883 )
la the District Court of Sedgwick county.
Henry A Kellogg, plalntla,
D. A. Kelloerr. defendant.
The defendant above-named Is hereby notified
that sa has been sued by the plalnUn abovs-
naioeu, turn uuu unless sa answer tn petition
filed against ber Id the otte of the Clerk of tbe
District Court of said county, by the 27th day of
September, las, said petition will b takea a
true and Judgment rendered against her, divorc
ing pUintlB" from defendant, in accordance
with die prayer of said petition.
ucNBT a. mrxf.oc.G.
Stanley A Wall,
Attorneys for PUIntlK. 21-4
Notice for Publication.
LAJTD OFFICE J
at Wichita, Kaaaa. Asrast?Ui, UBS. (
Kotle Is hereby give that the following
named settler ha filed notice of hi Intention to
mak Oaal proof la support of hi claim, aad
that said proof will b mad betor tbe IT. a.
Land Oflte. as Wichita, rsas, on Satsmlar,
September lith, UH.rlx: John T. Hsdrtek,
H. A. Ho. 7,414, for the tot five aad six la ee
tlon 20, township sooth, raaaw 1 wtsst.
He name ih following wits to prove
hi eoBtlnaoos resldeac nsoa, and coJtlrsUoa
of, said land, via : Jacob Stephea. D. Garrett,
J. W. Harrison aad 8. K. tatledf ; aU of XI
dridge r. O., Sedgwick eoaaty. Kaaaa.
Notice for PubHcioi.
at WlchtU. Kansae. Asavsst U, 1M.
XoUe I hereby glren tha tha arilowlaf
sjsaseu swtsirr bhbb Boeia aniicviw asjriaHi
tasssAfiiua proof In sapyortorksilalBS,
catrv thereof at tha U. 8. Lead
Osae at Wiealla. Msas, oa llatardar. the
. day of September, Isai, vis: Beit Ten,
8. ia. n,1tt. tor hi twx a, e awx.
'JZKmjX3&i-2X; wortaJiii am.- BsaaVaia aaasam?iOsaV 5.
. Dry Gooclsl.
of before the season closes.
truth of our advertisement that
We saved you money then we
.- & if.
Notice of Condemnation.
Notice Is hereby given that the nnderslgned
have been appointed by the Judge nf the Dis
trict Court or the county or Sedgwick. StaU of
Kansas, commissioners to lav oa alonr the line
or the Wichita A Western itallroad Lompanr
. I0?'"1 "F ' company through the county
oraeagwick, Htateor Kansas, from Ule city of
vieniiainsaiu county in a westerly direction
to tne west line of said county of Sedgwick, a
ronte ror such railroad one hundred feet In
width, ami so much more a It shall bnurH.
sary to take for the purposes of cuttings and
embankments for the proper construction and
security ot such railroad and also such land
as maybe deemed necessary for side-tracks,
depots, and workshops and water stations, and
ror material for construction i and a right of
way over adjacent land snotclent Iu enable said
company to construct and repair Its railroad
and stations, anil a right
or making proper
drains ; and to appraise the value of the i
or anv Quarter-section or lot of isn.1 . an.i
appropriated for such ronte or mp .n., nfh
purposes, and to assess the damages to each
quarter-section or lot of land through or upon
which such route or side-tracks or station may
v- locaieu, oy reason or tne location and con
struction of such railroad, slde-tracka and sta
tions thereon i and that we will commence the
laying on such route and the making snch ap
praisement and assessment or damage on the
fllth day or Angus t, A. D. lea, at the hour of
ten o'clock In the forenoon, on the line or said
railroad as located by said company, at tbe
rout where said line Intersect the if ne of tho
Wichita A South-western Railroad at the city
of Wichita, county or Sedgwick, Stau of Kan
sas, and will continue said proceeding from
day to day along tbe line of said Wichita A
rr estern Kan roan nn til the same are eomuleU.1.
Dated this July mil, 1CJ.
P. V IIBAI.T.
J. A. SKLSOS.
In the District Court ol flu. Kii,htMih .rn.iiA.
lal District, sitting Within mfo.r lh....
of Sedgwick, in the State of Kansas.
ine central Bank or Kansae, plaintiff, i
David Uorehoiue ami Charles II Mors- f
bouse, defendants. J
Br virtue of an alias order of sal lunul ti.m
out of said District Conrt In the aboie-enlltled
ciiud, s win, un
Monday, Me KM day of leplemter.A.n. 1883.
at 3 o'clock p. h. of said day. at the east front
door or the court-bouse, being; at the front of
m uiuiuins; Known a Mcrnerson block, on
Main street. In the eltr or wirhita in ih.
county of Seilgwlck. In the Slate of Kansas,
offer at public sale, ami sell to the highest snd
best bidder. Tor cash la hand, all tbe lullowlDlt
deecribed real estau, to wit:
The north-east quarter y) ami the south-east
quarter f,f) of section twenty-one fll la town-
uip nnu-iiii izi;. range west or the Slstn
Principal Meridian, lying and situate in the
couuty or Sedgwick, In the Stat of Kansas.
Ihe above-described real estate U taken s
the property or said defendants, ami I directed
by saldorderoi sal to be sold, ami will be
eoM without appraisement, to satisfy said order
H. K. WATT.
. n .."If1'' of Ssdawlek connty, Kansae.
J. D. aleFariand.tif Topeka, Kansas, Attor
ney. " j.
In tbe District Court of Sedgwick county,
in tbe 8Ute or Kansas.
Maggie Meredith, plaintiff, 1
Richard Meredith, defendant. I
The above-named Richard Meredith Is
hereby notified that be ba been sued by tbe
above-named Maggie Meredith In the court
above named, and that unless he answer
tbe petition of said plaintiff against hint,
filed In tbe olllce of the clerk of aald mart.
bv the 90th dav of Knfnhf iisast ( na.
tltlon will be taken a true, and lodgment i j!
will be rendered la aald action In favor of ' di
said plaintiff. and against said defendant, ft
dissolving tbe marriage relation heretofore r
ezieiiag ueiween uem. ana divorcing ssitl
Dralntia from aald defendant- anil !
ber the custody of ber baby, Eliza Jaae, la
-Kcuiuauce wiiu me piaintia' pnyeria
Maggib MntBDiTH, Flalatia.
w. jr. wauter, xlaiauir Att'y.
Te IK llontrmiU Board of Crnav Commttinen
ipjtm-mn naderslgsed pet!tiamr, . i
aae, and residing la the vlelnitr of th road L fl
herela prayed for, respsetraUy peUUoo yostrt JJ
honorable body, at yoar sett asmsal raessia, vlM
" w st-svusanjVBU WOX JBJaBaaYnvtj tJBjrB- - rr ", J
Urs.to aid In building a arid aeroes Chtshaias . Mf 4
eK oa th followlaa-deserib! road, vls.t
..Tkf.rosdrnnnlns; north aad souUs oa tax see-
uom ii oetween saesioa two f aa tkn at.
township twraty-slx aJ, rang oa (I) sews.
NtW HUH dLUUU. ''
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